The movie-going experience at Market Street Cinema might cause one to recall the phrase, "You have to suffer for your art." The theaters there are small and/or narrow, and usually warmer than most folks would like in the summertime and colder than is comfy in winter. The sound is often fairly terrible and the films out of focus. The box office and snack bar only take cash. But you won't see the films being screened at Market Street anywhere else in Little Rock, so what's a little discomfort? With beer and wine. General admission $8, matinee $6. No debit or credit cards accepted. Five screens.
Quality in the made-to-order entrees is high, as is the quantity.
Grilled meats, seafood and pasta dishes that never stray far from country roots, whether Italian, Spanish or Arkie. "Gourmet plate lunches" are good, as is Sunday brunch.
Good Mex for the price and a wide-ranging menu of dinner plates, some tasty cheese dip, and great service as well.
Good burgers, fries and shakes, plus salads and other entrees. Try the cheese dip.
High-quality meats served on large sandwiches and good tamales served with chili or without (the better bargain).
Fast casual chain that offers gyros, grilled meats and veggies, hummus and pimento cheese.
The pulled pork shoulder is a classic, the back ribs are worthy of their many blue ribbons, and there's a six-pack of sauces for all tastes. A real find is the beef brisket, cooked the way Texans like it.